Gollin's Hard-On of the Week
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Who has aroused cyberstalker George "The Sphincter" Gollin (George D. Gollin, George Dana Gollin) this week?  Who has captured The Sphincter's obsessive imagination?  Who does he consider this week's biggest threat to the wealthy higher education cartel that he shills for so mindlessly?  

This week's lucky winner is Homeland Security University:
Quote:The Homeland Security Fantasy University site promises to unveil a network of campuses, but always in the future.
http://www.degreediscussion.com/forums/v...603#p46341

Congrats to Dr. Hoyer for igniting the flame of lust in George Gollin's purulent heart.  

Not only did Hoyer fail to seek The Sphincter's permission before starting business, but apparently he just isn't moving fast enough to suit The Sphincter either.  

So can't Hoyer just speed things up a little, like by raising taxes or fees or tuition or something, the way they do it at the government university where The Sphincter works?  Talk about somebody living in a fantasy.  

Just what Hoyer needs is a timeline on how to run his business from The Sphincter, whose whole life has been a taxpayer financed exercise in hypothetical, academic, notional, imaginary, conjectural, speculative, abstract non-reality.  Has The Sphincter ever cashed a paycheck that wasn't written by a government entity?  

Who will be the object of George Gollin's fanatical fixations and neurotic infatuation next week?  Stay tuned.
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Dickie Billericay Wrote:This week's lucky winner is Homeland Security University:

Here's to the new week, same as the old week.  Gollin has been in love with Hoyer for a good five years now.  He fed Ezell all that bogus info for his little slide show.  

Notice it was Klempner who made the first post.  If Sphincter Boy has a hard-on it's Klempner who supplies the Viagra.
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Dickie Billericay Wrote:Who does he consider this week's biggest threat to the wealthy higher education cartel that he shills for so mindlessly?

Has HSU even issued a single degree or diploma yet?  

If not, how can they be a "degree mill" or "diploma mill"?  

And if they aren't a degree mill or diploma mill, at what point does the G-Man's little "hobby" become full fledged "harassment," "stalking," "obsession," or "derangement"?

Seems to me that point got passed some time ago.  
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So what if it IS a "diploma mill." They aren't illegal....oh wait - that doesn't matter anymore.....




Herbert Spencer Wrote:
Dickie Billericay Wrote:Who does he consider this week's biggest threat to the wealthy higher education cartel that he shills for so mindlessly?

Has HSU even issued a single degree or diploma yet?

If not, how can they be a "degree mill" or "diploma mill"?

And if they aren't a degree mill or diploma mill, at what point does the G-Man's little "hobby" become full fledged "harassment," "stalking," "obsession," or "derangement"?

Seems to me that point got passed some time ago.
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Whatever Wrote:So what if it IS a "diploma mill."  They aren't illegal....oh wait - that doesn't matter anymore.....

That is a good point.  So long as fraud is not involved (e.g., as in the LaSalle case, representing the issuer as "accredited" when it is not) there really is no crime involved in peddling such things.  Buyers generally are well aware of what they are and aren't getting, which is why the FTC has a problem with using any of its powers to prevent it.  Obviously other agencies don't share their predilection for ethical enforcement.

There may be a crime in using the degrees in some states, but unless you are a Christian or a conservative politician you don't have to worry too much about the law actually being enforced.

But in the case of HSU there really is no grey area.  It has never issued a single degree, yet has been the subject of, shall we say, intense scrutiny from Klempner, Ezell, Sphincter Boy and the rest of the wannabe cadre from the first moment its existence was announced.  

During that same time people were being sold mutant pork illegally for food, people's civil rights were being violated, perverts were peddling pedophile-pandering porn, and none of the above ever said a single word against it.  

If their scrutiny was directed at actual criminal activity--particularly that being committed by people who live under the same roof as the scrutinizer--the inquiring minds would have a better chance of actually protecting the public.  That they choose to ignore such conduct suggests they really aren't interested in any such thing, and have another agenda in mind.
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Herbert Spencer Wrote:
Whatever Wrote:So what if it IS a "diploma mill."  They aren't illegal....oh wait - that doesn't matter anymore.....

That is a good point.  So long as fraud is not involved (e.g., as in the LaSalle case, representing the issuer as "accredited" when it is not) there really is no crime involved in peddling such things.  Buyers generally are well aware of what they are and aren't getting, which is why the FTC has a problem with using any of its powers to prevent it.  Obviously other agencies don't share their prediliction for ethical enforcement.

There may be a crime in using the degrees in some states, but unless you are a Christian or a conservative politician you don't have to worry too much about the law actually being enforced.

But in the case of HSU there really is no grey area.  It has never issued a single degree, yet has been the subject of, shall we say, intense scrutiny from Klempner, Ezell, Sphincter Boy and the rest of the wannabe cadre from the first moment its existence was announced.  

During that same time people were being sold mutant pork illegally for food, people's civil rights were being violated, perverts were peddling pedophile-pandering porn, and none of the above ever said a single word against it.  

If their scrutiny was directed at actual criminal activity--particularly that being committed by people who live under the same roof as the scrutinizer--the inquiring minds would have a better chance of actually protecting the public.  That they choose to ignore such conduct suggests they really aren't interested in any such thing, and have another agenda in mind.

I have an idea, I'm going to open up 60 to 80 college campuses which will be diploma mills. Now how can I do that without drawing attention to my activivity. I do not want to draw the watchful eyes and ears of the state and federal officials or super sluth George Gollin (George D. Gollin, George Dana Gollin). I know, I'll call it Homeland Security University!!!!!!!!!!!

Are Bear and Gollin (George D. Gollin, George Dana Gollin) smoking dope?

Then to top off his cyberstalking, George Gollin (George D. Gollin, George Dana Gollin) not only works his computer pointing devise to WHOIS and finds it necessary to cut and paste Hoyer's ownership of the web site, but he actually takes the time to go through web archives for each year the web site has been open an cuts and pastes that. Now that is stalking.
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Brian Crawford Wrote:Then to top off his cyberstalking, George Gollin (George D. Gollin, George Dana Gollin) not only works his computer pointing devise to WHOIS and finds it necessary to cut and paste Hoyer's ownership of the web site, but he actually takes the time to go through web archives for each year the web site has been open an cuts and pastes that. Now that is stalking.

That may be a symptom of OCD.  Gollin's weird tics (ass scratching, nose picking, etc.), as shown in that comical video, could also be a symptom.  
Quote:The typical OCD sufferer performs tasks (or compulsions) to seek relief from obsession-related anxiety. To others, these tasks may appear odd and unnecessary. But for the sufferer, such tasks can feel critically important, and must be performed in particular ways to ward off dire consequences and to stop the stress from building up....Physical symptoms may include those brought on from anxeties and unwanted thoughts, as well as tics or Parkinson's disease-like symptoms: rigidity, tremor, jerking arm movements, or involuntary movements of the limbs.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obsessive-c...prevalence

Only his shrink knows for sure, but I bet he's got other symptoms as well....
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Quote:Then to top off his cyberstalking, George Gollin (George D. Gollin, George Dana Gollin) not only works his computer pointing devise to WHOIS and finds it necessary to cut and paste Hoyer's ownership of the web site, but he actually takes the time to go through web archives for each year the web site has been open an cuts and pastes that. Now that is stalking.

Hmmm
Why didn't he do that with degreeinfo and owner Thomas Chip White?
A.A Mole University
B.A London Institute of Applied Research
B.Sc Millard Fillmore
M.A International Institute for Advanced Studies
Ph.D London Institute of Applied Research
Ph.D Millard Fillmore
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#9
Brian Crawford Wrote:Are Bear and Gollin (George D. Gollin, George Dana Gollin) smoking dope?

Or is Gollin off his meds?  WTF is this about?

Quote:Weybridge Goativersity is not as glorious as YoodleNoodle Yooniversity, or as wildly unstable as the Librarian who invented DL Tomato [Oops, those aren't tomatoes. Dang,I wish I had caught that], but it looks a University Degree Program mushroom and makes little attempt to pretend to be real.

Who makes less sense, Gollin, Janko or an autistic 3-year old watching Teletubbies?
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Armando Ramos Wrote:Who makes less sense, Gollin, Janko or an autistic 3-year old watching Teletubbies?

Gollin usually confines his gibberish to more-or-less English, while Janko seems to prefer obscure foreign languages to reinforce his inability to communicate.  But they both have a ways to go to reach the level of the autistic 3-year old.

What is with these genius scholar wannabes?  Let's see, who can I go pick a fight with today?  Oh, there's Dr. Hoyer, a black belt Martial Arts Hall of Fame member, think I'll go piss him off.  Here's NRA member Redlyne, that's an easy mark.  Hey, there's Dr. Anitidae, he makes his living hunting, think I'll bust his balls for awhile.  That's some real high-IQ PhD-level thinking.  

Is there some secret physics formula that makes you immune to the laws of ballistics?
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